Thursday, August 18, 2011

Executive Committee Series: Part 3 Who is the First Vice President!

Highlights from Martha’s Trip to Tobago
Goats, cows, and chickens… oh my!
The food, one sheet, an electric shower… oh no!
Rain, sun, and sand… oh yea—the “all natural” guy.
Customs, the compound, cliffs…
… just a few of Martha’s adventures from Tobago!!!
Martha Turner has been a member of Alpha Rho chapter since 1995. During that time, she served as 2nd Vice-President, twice as President, Membership Chairman, Professional Affairs Committee member, and is still the Finance Committee Chairman for Alpha Rho. She held several positions on the Bossier-Caddo Coordinating Council and was the 2002 Northwest District Meeting Chairman. On the state level, she is presently Epsilon’s 1st Vice-President, co-chaired the 2010 State Convention, has been a member of and chaired the Finance Committee for the two bienniums, 2nd Vice-President, Parliamentary Advisor, and was a 2005 Bea Davis participant and instructor in 2007 and 2011. Martha was also a 2008 Golden Gift Seminar recipient, sang with the Golden Gift Class and was selected to represent the Golden Gift Class in Chicago. She has presented workshops at the district, state, regional, and international meetings, and has written, directed, sang, danced, and performed skits. Martha is a 1973 Mansfield High graduate, and has a B.S. Degree in Health, Physical and Safety Education, and Mathematics from LA Tech University. She holds a M.Ed in Administration and Supervision from McNeese State. She also has a Masters +30. Martha has been the Assistant Principal at Haughton High School since 1998. Her special interests include being a Sunday School teacher, feeding the residents and guests of Grace Home (for terminally ill cancer patients), cooking, working in her yard, reading cookbooks and historical romance novels, playing with her puppy Chico, and cheering on the Bucs of Haughton High School.   Recently, Martha traveled to Castara, Tobago for her niece’s wedding. 

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